Maine Revised Statutes

§2252. Statutory prerequisites for obtaining special restrictions on dissemination and use of criminal history record information for a criminal conviction

(CONTAINS TEXT WITH VARYING EFFECTIVE DATES)
(WHOLE SECTION TEXT EFFECTIVE UNTIL 10/1/19)
(WHOLE SECTION TEXT REPEALED 10/1/19 by T. 15, §2259; PL 2015, c. 354, §1 (NEW))

The special restrictions on dissemination and use of criminal history record information for a criminal conviction specified in section 2255 apply only if: [2015, c. 354, §1 (NEW).]

1. Eligible criminal conviction.   The criminal conviction is an eligible criminal conviction;
[ 2015, c. 354, §1 (NEW) .]
2. Age of person at time of commission.   At the time of the commission of the crime underlying the eligible criminal conviction, the person had in fact attained 18 years of age but not 21 years of age;
[ 2015, c. 354, §1 (NEW) .]
3. Time since sentence fully satisfied.   At least 4 years have passed since the person has fully satisfied each of the sentencing alternatives imposed for the eligible criminal conviction;
[ 2015, c. 354, §1 (NEW) .]
4. Other state convictions.   The eligible criminal conviction is the only criminal conviction of the person in this State, and the person has not had a criminal charge dismissed as a result of a deferred disposition pursuant to Title 17-A, chapter 54-F and has not been adjudicated as having committed a juvenile crime for which the hearing was open to the general public under section 3307;
[ 2015, c. 354, §1 (NEW) .]
5. Convictions in another jurisdiction.   The person has no criminal convictions from another jurisdiction; and
[ 2015, c. 354, §1 (NEW) .]
6. Pending criminal charges.   The person has no presently pending criminal charges in this State or in another jurisdiction.
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SECTION HISTORY
2015, c. 354, §1 (NEW).